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January 17, 2022
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About this title


Executive Producer and Writer Gwyneth Hughes' adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray's literary classic is set against the backdrop of the Napoleonic Wars, and follows Becky Sharp (Olivia Cooke) as she attempts to claw her way out of poverty and scale the heights of English Society. Her story of "villainy, crime, merriment, lovemaking, jilting, laughing, cheating, fighting, and dancing", takes her all the way to the court of King George IV, via the Battle of Waterloo, breaking hearts and losing fortunes as she goes.

Country: United Kingdom

Type: scripted

Status: Current

Language: English

Release Date: December 21, 2018

Also Known As: Ярмарка тщеславия, Fåfängans marknad |  See more »

Parents Guide: Finland (K-12), Italy ( BA) |  See more »


Company Credits

Production Co: Mammoth Screen, Independent Television (ITV)


Robert Pugh
as Mr. John Osborne
Elizabeth Berrington
as Lady Bareacres
India Shaw-Smith
as Dancer
Anthony Head
as Lord Steyne
Oliver Lansley
as Reverend Binny
Alfie Kingsnorth
as Paperboy
Paul Hurstfield
as Valet
Jenna Brook
as Visitor 1
Adam Greaves-Neal
as Georgy Osborne (Older)
David Fynn
as Jos Sedley
Grace Schneider
as Laura Martin
Bernardo Santos
as Soldier
Johnny Flynn
as William Dobbin
Robert Ryan
as Casino Gambler
Felicity Montagu
as Briggs/Arabella Briggs
Jazzmin Letitia
as Teacher
Lampros Kalfuntzos
as Citizen
Michael Palin
as William Makepeace Thackeray
Laurence Ford
as Doorman
Peter Wight
as Mr. Raggles
Mark Bowsher
as Passer by/Passerby
Maggie Daniels
as Mrs. Raggles
Lasco Atkins
as Street Seller/Street seller
Ella McCallum
as Osbourne House Maid
Sascha Panknin
as Club civilian
Isabella Steinbarth
as Violet Crawley
Joanna Brookes
as Lady Sheepshanks
Claire Machin
as Mrs. Nathan
Benjamin Campbell
as Rawdy Crawley (Older)
Keith Milner
as French Soldier
Andrew Greenough
as Auctioneer
Andrew Novell
as Street Person
Neilesh Ambu
as Indian Footman
Nick Donald
as French Soldier
Ellis Smith
as British Infantryman
Sian Clifford
as Martha Crawley
David Sibley
as Solicitor
Sarah Williams
as Posh Girl 1
David Kennedy
as Mr. Moss
Rafferty Railton
as Rawdy Crawley
Kerry Gilbert
as Jemima Pinkerton
Dominic Debartolo
as Footman
David Cromarty
as Balloon Vendor
Dean Stephenson
as Soldier - Bugle Player
Jack Loxton
as Ensign Stubble
Siena Kelly
as Rhoda Swartz
Frances de la Tour
as Lady Matilda Crawley
James Marangone
as Musician
Pieter Lawman
as Waiter
Daisy Jacob
as Rose Crawley
James Chalmers
as Vicar
Martyn Mayger
as Middle Class Civilian
Jimm Stark
as Sailor
Marian Lorencik
as Ground's Staff
Lily Lesser
as Lady Blanche
Laura Soper
as Maidservant (Bareacres)
Philip Labey
as Footman
Mike Grady
as Horrocks
Niamh Durkin
as Rose Crawley
Charlie Rowe
as George Osborne
Rebecca Brewer
as Singer
Claire Skinner
as Mrs. Louisa Sedley
Provence Maydew
as Maidservant
Ben Fox
as C.H. Simpson
Martin Bratanov
as Passerby/Father
Madeleine Hyland
as Lady Crawley
Dave Simon
as Iron Monger
Isaac Turner
as British Infantryman
Harrison J. Cole
as Footman
Julian Ferro
as Trumpeter
Brian Rodger
as Dandy and Gaming Partner
Claudia Jessie
as Amelia Sedley
Mathew Baynton
as Bute Crawley
Anita Booth
as Lady Binkie
Stephen Samson
as British Infantryman
Simon Russell Beale
as Mr. John Sedley
Amira Whitaker
as Hotel Guest
Arthur Bateman
as Georgy Osborne
Robert Gill
as Third Lord
Tom Bateman
as Rawdon Crawley
Richie Campbell
as Sam
Richard Dixon
as General Tufto
John Fricker
as Flunkey
Sally Phillips
as Lady Steyne
Will Barton
as Lord Bareacres
Jamie Wilkes
as Shopkeeper
Orli Goldstein
as Violet Crawley
Olivia Cooke
as Becky Sharp
Bob Goody
as Hermit
Philip Desmeules
as Isidor
Martin Clunes
as Sir Pitt Crawley
Ellen Attwell
as Strumpet
Monica Dolan
as Mrs. Peggy O'Dowd
Blair Barnette
as Dancer
Ellie Kendrick
as Jane Osborne
Toby Williams
as Hicks
Johnny Kinch
as Bailiff
Patrick FitzSymons
as Major Michael O'Dowd
Daniel Croucher
as Visitor 2
Tom Edward-Kane
as Footman (Matilda)
Alison Pargeter
as Glorvina O'Dowd
Kate Margo
as Garden Party/Socialite
Lauren Crace
as Betsey Horrocks/Betsy Horrocks
Suranne Jones
as Miss Pinkerton
Trev Williams
as Regency Dancer
Alice Kerrigan
as Posh Girl 2

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2018 | 7 Episodes




Awards & Nominations

Bafta TV Craft 2019


Bafta TV Craft

Make Up & Hair Design

Broadcasting Press Guild Awards 2019


Broadcasting Press Guild Awards

Best Drama Series

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